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Old 07-12-2018, 05:00 AM
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Default KLX250E-1 1993 aftermarket ignition switch?

ive lost all my keys and have been searching everywhere for a aftermarket ignition switch for my KLX250E-1 1993, I know how to re-wire stuff but everythingís that Iíve looked at has been one or two wires more then mine. My current one has 4 wires. Genuine ignition switch is $150 and for such a old bike just want something thatíll work and also have the steering lock work as well, any body had this issue? Also can you buy just the key barrel? Iíve completely pulled the ignition switch apart and took the old key barrel out and now can stick a a screw driver in it and turn it on, off and lock. Need suggestions
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